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  • Does Inequality Beget Inequality? Experimental Tests of the Prediction that Inequality Increases System Justification Motivation ?

    Trump, Kris-Stella; White, Ariel R. (Cambridge University Press (CUP), 2018)
    Past research shows that growing inequality often does not result in citizen demands for redistribution. We examine one mechanism that could explain why people do not protest growing inequality: a particular sub-prediction ...
  • The symmetry energy γ parameter of relativistic mean-field models ?

    Dutra, Mariana; Lourenço, Odilon; Hen, Or; Piasetzky, Eliezer; Menezes, Débora P. (IOP Publishing, 2018-05)
    The relativistic mean-field models tested in previous works against nuclear matter experimental values, critical parameters and macroscopic stellar properties are revisited and used in the evaluation of the symmetry energy ...
  • The Promises and Pitfalls of 311 Data ?

    White, Ariel R.; Trump, Kris-Stella (SAGE Publications, 2016-11)
    Local governments operate 311 service request lines across the United States, and the publicly available data from these lines provide a continuously measured, geographically fine-grained, and non-self-reported measure of ...

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